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Today on World Cafe is one of XPN's Artist(s) to watch for July! Cults had a bit of a fairy tale beginning, and their quick rise speaks volumes about the allure of their music.

Playing a brand of neo-psychedelia that brings to mind images of anyone from The Velvet Underground to The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Texas-bred The Black Angels are one of the more interesting and authentic acts in today’s music scene.

Famous for his front man ventures with the wildly different Ima Robot (dancey punk rock) and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes (communal folk of the best kind), Alexander Ebert is now releasing a solo debut.

From hipsters to housewives, there is something universally appealing about The Low Anthem's traditionally rooted yet innovative style.

Formed from the ashes of the legendary Britpop band Oasis, London-based rockers Beady Eye have been turning heads with their debut release "Different Gear, Still Speeding".

Okkervil River is an indie-rock band with folk influences and hailing from Austin, Texas.

Former frontman of the indie band, Elefant, Diego Garcia starting writing songs on his acoustic guitar by the age of 14.

Sarah Jarosz may only be 20 years old, but this Americana bluegrass darling has been shaking up the stage for a few years now.

Since the end of the '90s, My Morning Jacket (MMJ) have adventurously been exploring the endless paths of rock'n'roll.

Los Angeles’ own Foster the People have emerged on the music scene this year with their debut album "Torches".

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